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IDCEE 2013: Is your phone smart enough? - Stas Khirman (CTO @ Deutsche Telekom Hosted Business Services & Managing Partner @ TEC Ventures)

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Stas is a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of three Silicon Valley startups. Following the acquisition of his latest startup ChooChee by Deutsche Telekom, Stas currently serves as CTO of Deutsche Telekom Hosted Business Services.

Stas is a Managing Partner of TEC Ventures, an early stage technology venture fund, based in the Silicon Valley, and a founder of TEC Club (www.tecglobal.org), a network of thousands of high-tech professionals, investors and angels from all over the world, with the headquarters in the Silicon Valley.

Stas is a Co-Chairman of SVOD Conference (www.svod.org), a premier conference for entrepreneurs and investors from all over the world. Also, Stas is a Board Member of AmBAR (American Business Association of Russian-speaking professionals,www.ambarclub.org) - the largest business association of Russian-speaking professionals in the world.

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  • Everyone has one….IT IS SMART MOBILE DEVICE, NOT A SMART PHONE
  • It took USPTO Only 3 weeks to approve patent application .
  • telephone exchange was Hungarian TivadarPuskás in 1877 while he was working for Thomas EdisonGeorge W. Coy designed and built the first commercial telephone exchange which opened in New Haven, Connecticut in January, 1878
  • Strowger's undertaking business was losing clients to a competitor whose telephone-operator wife was intercepting and redirecting everyone who called Strowger - he first conceived his invention in 1888, and patented the automatic telephone exchange in 1891.On March 10, 1891, Almon Brown Strowger, an undertaker in Kansas City, Missouri, patented the stepping switch, a device which led to the automation of telephone circuit switching.
  • It was short war, but US government was in need to fill up budged holes and looked in new opportunity to collect..They introduced telecom tax – targeting about 200,000 VERY WELTHY users ….War ended quickly, but this tax still in books until today…. Like a phone system…
  • Yes, even today , major landline phone system are build accordingly to the same principles as 100 years ago….In mid 70, someone with clear hope of soon to be innovation in phone system, invented a term Plain Old Telephone System to describe major phone architecture…But it still a core of TODAY phone services , despite introduction of VoIP, mobile and so on…And nessesityto be backward compatible with POTS , keep all industry from rapid innovation…
  • Digital voice – scalable affordable for general public2.5G – mobile DATA !!!CALL PLACE - CALL PERSON
  • Circuit switch voicePacket switch data200kBit/sec minimum
  • Up to 100mBit for fast mobility source Up to 1Gbit for low mobility source
  • http://www.telecomcircle.com/2013/09/analysis-of-mobile-phone-sales-in-2q13/
  • http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/04/why-big-smartphone-screens/
  • Someday you’ll be a star…

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  • 1. - strictly confidential - Draft Is Your Phone Smart Enough? Stas Khirman, Chief Technical Officer, Deutsche Telekom Hosted Business Services October, 2013 Cloud Activities in DTAG v2.ppt
  • 2. About myself      Kiev U graduate Almost 30 years in HighTech / IT industry 20 – in Telecom + Internet Designed first H.323 VideoPhone Co-Found 3 Silicon Valley startups     Narus acquired by Boeing ChooChee acquired by Deutsche Telekom CTO at Deutsche Telekom HBS Contact:   stas.khirman@deutschetelekomhbs.com stas@khirman.com DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 2
  • 3. What is a Technological Revolution ? A relatively short period of history when replacement of one technology by another results in massive changes in social structure, human behavior and/or culture. Change the way people are doing things DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 3
  • 4. Technology Adoption & Hype DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 4
  • 5. SmartPhone – Is It Smart Enough ? DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 5
  • 6. Telephone History τῆλε (tēle, “afar”) + φωνή (phōnē, “voice, sound”) DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 6
  • 7. - strictly confidential - Draft
  • 8. 1876 – First Public Telephone Demonstration DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 8
  • 9. 1877 – Switchboard/ Telephone Exchange DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 9
  • 10. 1891 – Automatic Telephone Exchange Almon Brown Strowger DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 10
  • 11. 1898 – Spanish-American War & Telecom Tax DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 11
  • 12. Plain Old Telephone System DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 12
  • 13. POTS Main Functions  Battery supply to subscriber line  Overvoltage protection  Ringing current supply  Supervision of subscriber terminal  Coder and decoder  Hybrid, 2 wire to 4 wire conversion  Testing DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 13
  • 14. 1990s – VoIP    1995 – VocalTec – first H.323 phone commercially available 1996 – VDO.net – first H.323 video phone available 1999 – SIP (Session Invitation Protocol) published DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 14
  • 15. 1990s – 2G/2.5G Digital cellular , GSM/CDMA DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 15
  • 16. Ericsson GS 88 – first “Smart Phone” (1997) DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 16
  • 17. Nokia 9000 Communicator (1996) DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 17
  • 18. 2000s – 3G Mobile broadband data Apple IPhone 1G (2007) HTC Dream/Android (2008) DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 18
  • 19. 2010s – 4G Native IP network (WiMAX & LTE) DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 19
  • 20. Smartphone Outpace Dumb Phones in Sales DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 20
  • 21. Market Share Fight DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 21
  • 22. Most Popular Cameras in the Flickr Community DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 22
  • 23. Collapse of the Point-and-Shoot Camera DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 23
  • 24. Applications Snowball DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 24
  • 25. Smartphone Screen Sizes Keep On Growing DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 25
  • 26. But How Smart is Your Phone ? = DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 26
  • 27. But How Smart is Your Phone ? Still POTS ? (Plain Old Telephone System) DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 27
  • 28. Tipping Point 1: Voice Quality  VoIP Voice Compression – G.711    Adopted by industry in 1972 Maximum (theoretical) voice quality - 4.35 (out of 5) GSM Voice Compression – AMR   Adopted by industry in 1990s Maximum (theoretical) voice quality - 4.1 (out of 5) “HD Voice” is coming now ! (Kyivstar – August 2013) DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 28
  • 29. Tipping Point 2: Video     VDO.net/MS NetMeeting – 1997 Skype - about 40% of calls Apple FaceTime – no one using.. Tango.me DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 29
  • 30. Tipping Point 3: Presence, Urgency & Routing DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 31
  • 31. Smart Phone Time Is Now ! DEUTSCHE TELECOM HOSTED BUSINESS SERVICES 32